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Grateful Dead Live at Warfield Theater on 1980-10-10




Set 1: (Acoustic)
d1t01 - On The Road Again
d1t02 - It Must Have Been The Roses
d1t03 - Monkey And The Engineer
d1t04 - Jack-a-roe
d1t05 - Dark Hollow
d1t06 - To Lay Me Down
d1t07 - Heaven Help The Fool
d1t08 - Bird Song
d1t09 - Ripple

Set 2: (Electric)
d1t10 - Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo >
d1t11 - Franklin's Tower
d1t12 - Me And My Uncle >
d1t13 - Big River
d2t01 - Candyman
d2t02 - Beat It On Down The Line
d2t03 - Row Jimmy
d2t04 - New Minglewood Blues
d2t05 - Althea
d2t06 - Jack Straw

Set3:
d2t07 - Scarlet Begonias >
d2t08 - Fire On The Mountain
d2t09 - Samson And Delilah
d2t10 - Big Railroad Blues
d3t01 - Estimated Prophet >
d3t02 - Eyes Of The World >
d3t03 - Drums >
d3t04 - Space >
d3t05 - Truckin' >
d3t06 - Nobody's Fault jam >
d3t07 - Black Peter >
d3t08 - Around And Around >
d3t09 - The // Promised Land

Encore:
d3t10 - U.S. Blues


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Warfield Theater
Location San Francisco, CA

Transferred by Chris Chappell

Notes

Source: Matrix (SBD/AUD mixdown):

SBD:
Acoustic: SBD>MR>PCM>DAT>CDR>EAC>SHN
Electric: MSR>C>C>DAT>WAV>SHN (C>DAT Conversion by Cousinit)

AUD:
Taper: Most probably Bob Menke
Location: Balcony, Center
Source: Nakamichi CM700 Mics (3)>Mixer>Sony D-5
Remaster: 1st Gen. Cassette>JVC TD-W309 (w/pitch correction)>
Tascam DA-20mkII>Tascam CD-RW700
Conversion: CDR > EAC (secure) > Cool Edit (minor clean up) >
cdwav (retracking) > mkwact > shn (seekable)
Remastering and pitch correction by Douglas Ferguson
Shn Conversion by mvernon54@attbi.com

Transfer/Editing:
Both sources were snh files downloaded from LMA and converted to
WAV > Vegas 5 > WAV > CD Wave (tracking) > FLAC 16 (FLAC Frontend level 8)

See txt file for details.

Reviews

Reviewer: kbmill - - April 9, 2015
Subject: bread crumb
what an amazing run. worthy of a box set.
Reviewer: mklsgl - - November 3, 2013
Subject: 5 Stars!
Can't say it any better than stratocaster did 5 years ago. Superb matrix recording of an excellent and arguably best performance of 1980. Want the SBD for your collection? Contact me. tchfgra@comcast.net
Reviewer: Keywest - - November 3, 2013
Subject: Best show I've found
I have been searching and listening for about a year for a show to play at my 50th birthday party. I saw about 30 shows mostly between 1982 and 1986 so I am partial to the Brent years. This show just happens to be of that era but the reason I choose it as the best I have heard is for the tightness of the playing and the classic Jerry restraint allowing the band, including Brent, to flower and bloom. I was looking for the best possible example of the band's prowess to impress my friends, including a few musicians, with the Dead's range and musicianship. Having the amazing acoustic set as a precursor is icing on this delicious cake. The electric show stands on its own as the finest I have found. The small venue allows for subtle playing and the recording and mix capture the tone perfectly.
Reviewer: Cavaliers1970 - - December 14, 2012
Subject: Fave 1980 show
My fave show of 1980 and this is the best source I've heard.
Reviewer: barreramusic - - July 31, 2012
Subject: Acoustic matrix
Set I sounds wonderful.
Reviewer: DianaW - - November 10, 2009
Subject: Holy cow . . .
Usually I can work with the grateful dead streaming, but geeez. This thing just peels the paint off the walls.
Reviewer: t.coffren - - July 13, 2009
Subject: Fantastic
Great vocals and the acoustic set is wonderful. Nice and long with plenty of excellent tracks to select. The Matrix seems to dominate sound quality. :)
Reviewer: surfdaly - - March 5, 2009
Subject: An exploration of a new regime of physical experience a.k.a. miracle
Almost too good to be ture. Like a miracle. Extra super hot. Forget about it. This is the prime right here, you can have 77' or 72' this one is oh so perfect. I'm no expert but I'll fight for any track from this show. I would have gone wild at this show. I would have done a lot to get to this show to bad I wasn't alvie yet!
Reviewer: Ballison Drake - - December 2, 2008
Subject: Top Notch
Grade A-1.
Reviewer: stratocaster - - May 6, 2008
Subject: 10-10-1980
My favorite show from 1980. This is the best copy that I've heard of this show. The acoustic set has always been an A/A+ sbd. The electric sets are a better copy of the sbd with the aud. The performance of the acoustic material is top notch. The electric sets feature outstanding versions of a number of tunes, including, but not limited to, Althea, Jack Straw, Scarlet>Fire and Samson...the sbd of this show was always incomplete and this matrix deals with those issues as the back end of the second set reveal aud, sbd w/aud patches...overall a highly recommended show and a highlight show from the fall 1980 acoustic/ electric tour...
Reviewer: gratefuly deadicated - - January 12, 2008
Subject: first to review agian, this has to be one of my favorite acoustic first sets !
first to review agian, this has to be one of my favorite acoustic first sets , its a must have and listen, this mix is defintly the best one to grab out of them all.
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